DALLAS -- Texas Instruments (TI) introduced two new power conversion device portfolios to help engineers achieve more power in smaller spaces, and provide high power density at a low cost.
We appear to be over the hump between hype and reality when it comes to GaN technology. Components and end products are readily available. But according to David Snook, the product line manager for GaN products at Texas Instruments (TI), we are just scratching the surface of where GaN’s potential lies. Hear more in this week’s Embedded Executives podcast.
On this episode of Embedded Insiders, Artem Aginisky, product line manager of arm-based processors at Texas Instruments, dives into the topic of edge AI, specifically, how he defines edge AI and how TI is working on democratizing edge AI through innovations in microprocessors and software.
On this episode of Embedded Insiders, Matthias Thoma, Robotics System Manager at Texas Instruments, discusses the current and future impact of robotics in factory and industrial settings, and in the real world. He also highlights the technologies from TI that can help.
Computer vision refers to the technological goal to bring human vision – an information-rich and intuitive sensor – to computers, enabling applications such as assembly line inspection, security systems, driver assistance and robotics.
DALLAS – Texas Instruments’ (TI) new current sensor, the TMCS1123 low-drift isolated Hall-effect current sensor, is designed for common-mode high-voltage systems and temperatures, and current shunt monitors, eliminating the need for an external shunt resistor for non-isolated voltage rails.
Rochester, New York. D3 is now offering its DesignCore RS-L1432U mmWave Radar Sensor leveraging the AWRL1432 from Texas Instruments (TI). The solution utilizes various mmWave radar algorithms to measure, detect, and track in a 1-inch cube form factor, while also using lower power with a decrease in volume costs for automotive applications such as park assist, kick-to-open, and collision avoidance.